Saturday, January 10

Alice Through the Looking Glass

Listening to this audiobook from www.Librivox.org
clipped from librivox.org

Through the Looking-glass and What Alice Found There

by Lewis Carroll (1832-1898)

The sequel to “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” finds Alice back in Wonderland and a pawn in a surreal chess game. This weird and wonderful book includes the poems “Jabberwocky” and “The Walrus and the Carpenter,” a talking pudding, and that immortal line “Jam yesterday, jam tomorrow, but never jam today.” Lewis Carroll was the nom de plume of Charles Dodgson (1832-1890) an Anglican clergyman, photographer, and mathematician.

  • Gutenberg e-text
  • Zip file of the entire book (98 MB)
  • 01 - Looking Glass House - 00:21:23
    [mp3@64kbps - 10.2MB]
    [mp3@128kbps - 20.5MB]
    [ogg vorbis - 10.3MB]
  • 02 - The Garden of Live Flowers - 00:19:57
    [mp3@64kbps - 9.5MB]
    [mp3@128kbps - 19.1MB]
    [ogg vorbis - 10.4MB]
  • 03 - Looking-Glass Insects - 00:20:08
    [mp3@64kbps - 9.6MB]
    [mp3@128kbps - 19.3MB]
    [ogg vorbis - 10.7MB]
  • 1 comment:

    1. I think I like Through the Looking Glass better than I do Wonderland, because it is clever and funny on several levels. I love the concept of Alice moving across a chess board to become a queen and all the chess related details. There are several memorable characters, but I think the White Knight may be my favorite.

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